Sport: Scoreboard, Feb. 28, 1955

¶ In the National A.A.U. championships, Kansan Wes Santee finally hit on the right tactics, held himself off the pace for the first three-quarters of the mile run, then burned up the boards of the Madison Square Garden track in a last-quarter dash that brought him home in a meet-record 4:07.9, three yards ahead of his persistent rivals, Denmark's Gunnar Nielsen and Private Fred Dwyer. Earlier, on the Garden's crowded infield, Lieut. Parry O'Brien put the 16-lb. shot to a new world indoor record: 59 ft. 5½ in.

¶ At Santa Anita, Jockey...

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